Sept. indictments: From sex crimes to rock throwing

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Hillsborough County Courthouse.

MANCHESTER, NH — A Manchester man is under indictment on rape and robbery charges alleging he tried to kill his intimate partner by choking her until she lost consciousness.

A Hillsborough County Superior Court, Northern District, grand jury handed up 236 indictments that were made public Monday.

Roger Roy, 24, of 336 Amherst St., Apt. 3, was among those. He was indicted on two counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault (AFSA – rape), robbery, second-degree assault and criminal threatening.

According to the indictments, on July 16 Roy put a pillow over the woman’s face and then raped her. During the incident, Roy also allegedly brandished a firearm and said: “Shut up or I’ll kill you.” He is accused of then choking her until she lost consciousness, “an attempt to cause her death or serious bodily injury,” according to the robbery indictment. While she was unconscious, Roy allegedly took some of her belongings.

Also indicted were:

  • George Poulin, 45, of 586 Dubuque St., Apt. 1, on 14 charges involving the sexual solicitation of a 13-year-old girl and the manufacturing of child sexual abuse images, a crime that carries a 15 to 30-year sentence upon conviction.

Poulin is charged with six counts of trafficking in persons, alleging he offered to give the child a cell phone and electronics in exchange for sex; four counts of endangering the welfare of a child by soliciting sex; three counts of computer services, use prohibited, for attempting to solicit a child for sex in exchange for electronics; and one count of manufacturing sexual abuse images.

The alleged crimes took place between Dec. 18, 2018, and Jan. 15, 2019.  Poulin allegedly offered to give a mobile phone to the girl in exchange for sexual penetration.  “I will give you the phone right now if you do me and let me record it,” he allegedly told her.  He also offered to give her the phone if she removed her underwear.

In December 2018 and again in January 2019, Poulin allegedly offered to give her a laptop computer or pay her or give her a Samsung Galaxy 8 cell phone in exchange for photos of her engaging in sexually explicit conduct.

The indictments allege he also solicited the child to engage in various sex acts with him.  The manufacturing offense alleges that on Dec. 18, 2018, Poulin told the child to expose her genitals so he could take photos of her.

  • Jason Faucher, 43, whose address is listed as the New Hampshire State Prison, 15 counts of aggravated felonious sexual assault (AFSA) and one count of AFSA alleging a pattern of sexual assaults on a girl beginning when she was 8 years old in November 2008 and continuing through November 2011.
  • James Goddard, 57, of 14 Maplewood Drive, Temple, one AFSA count alleging a pattern of sexual assaults of a girl under the age of 16 from March 20, 2014, to July 1, 20015 in Hancock.
  • Chasrick Heredia, 25, of 70 West River Road, Apt. 30, one AFSA count alleging that on July 23 he sexually penetrated “G.W.” when she was physically helpless to resist. He also was indicted on one count of felonious sexual assault for having sexual intercourse with a 15-year-old girl.

On July 23, three teenage girls walked away from the Granite Pathways Youth Treatment Center on River Road.  They went to the 7-Eleven on Webster Street where they asked customers to buy them alcohol. Soon after, Matthew Hugle, 25, of 56 Ledgewood Drive arrived and the girls got into his car.

Prosecutors say the men plied the girls with alcohol and then had sex with them, using their cell phones to record the acts.

Hugle was not among the indictees.

  • Robert Severance, 50, of 16 Chenette Ave., faces seven counts of possessing sexually explicit images of children and the duty to report.   According to the indictment, Severance didn’t provide police, as required, within five days of his current online identifiers.  Specifically, he allegedly failed to report he created and used the Instagram account with the username of rayray_bowsen.
  • Alfredo James, 24, of 405 Manchester St., Apt. 13, four counts of criminal threatening, domestic-related, and two counts of simple assault.  On April 2, James allegedly threatened to shoot “J.D.,” an intimate partner and said he could kill her.  He is also accused of holding a rock to her neck, again saying he could kill her, and striking her with a firearm.
  • Natalie Roy, 37, of 116 Brock St., two counts of aggravated driving under the influence, serious bodily injury occurring, and possession of a controlled drug, methamphetamine.

According to the indictments, on Oct. 25, 2018, Roy was under the influence of amphetamine and methamphetamine when she drove on Mammoth Road, causing a collision resulting in her suffering internal bleeding around the liver.  The crash also injured “P.M.” who suffered a fractured ankle.

  • Jonathan Davis, 37, of 94 Warren Road, Buxton, Maine, a robbery charge alleging that on June 30 he drove his vehicle into a bicyclist identified as “R.C.” ad then stole a dog R.C. had in his possession.
  • Bryce Demello, 27, of 12 Searle Road, Apt. 3,  Danbury, two counts of criminal threatening and two counts of being a convicted felon in possession of a dangerous weapon, a rock.  On June 30 in Manchester, Demello allegedly attempted to place “L.F.” in fear of imminent bodily injury when he raised a rock and told L.F., “Back away.  I’ll kill you with this.”

That same day, he allegedly held a rock and  cocked his arm back as if to throw it at  “D.R.”

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Pat Grossmith

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